• Shubbak, London’s largest biennial festival of contemporary Arab culture, returns for its fourth edition next month, showcasing a diverse programme of art, music, theatre, film, literature, dance and spoken word from across the Middle East. The festival includes over 150 artists...

  • The City calendar is always full to bursting with things to see, do and experience each week. From festivals and food to concerts and community fundraisers, these are the top events in the City of London for 21 – 28  June 2017.

  • THE Barbican Centre is well-known for being a hub of arts and culture, presenting the best of theatre, music, film and art from all over the world. But for every established photographer to decorate its walls or award-winning actor to grace...

  • The City calendar is always full to bursting with things to see, do and experience each week. From festivals and food to concerts and community fundraisers, these are the top events in the City of London for 14 – 20  June 2017.

  • JUST days after Theresa May’s U-turn on social care policy knocked the Tory election campaign off course, a small group of performing arts graduates were in the final stages of rehearsal for The Enchanted, the new production arriving at

  • The City calendar is always full to bursting with things to see, do and experience each week. From festivals and food to concerts and community fundraisers, these are the top events in the City of London for 7 – 13 June 2017.

  • Post-apocalyptic societies, space wars, robots and environmental catastrophes; the future according to science fiction is nothing if not broad (and, it goes without saying, completely terrifying). Therein lay the problem for Swiss historian and writer Patrick Gyger, charged with developing an...

  • In association with the City of London Corporation The City calendar is always full to bursting with things to see, do and experience each week. From festivals and food to concerts and community fundraisers, these are the top events in the City of London...

  • SINCE William Shakespeare penned Othello in 1603, its central protagonist has always taken the form of the ethnic other. The ethnically ambiguous ‘Moorish’ general has been melted and moulded into variations of black, white and everything in between depending on the ethnic agenda of the...

  • A small group of theatre lovers will be offered a unique opportunity to view one of the world’s rarest First Folios next month, before watching an outdoor performance of Twelfth Night in an historic garden next to...